“Circles” Program Reviews First Year
Brook Drumm (Southeast Kansas) proudly attributes his entrepreneurial success to his teachers and community.
ALTAMONT — Brook Drumm proudly claims his ties to growing up in Southeast Kansas and attending Labette County High School, where he said community and teachers helped set him on the path to fulfilling his entrepreneurial dreams.
An effort to revitalize a 17-county area of southeast Kansas has grown from an initial group of 15 people to a volunteer base of about 1,700 participants over the past four years thanks to tireless efforts, media exposure, word of mouth and leadership training sessions. But now Project 17 is on the hunt for reinforcements.
Read about the challenges of bringing in new blood and building bridges across class boundaries in a story by Patsy Terrell in the latest issue of The Journal. http://klcjr.nl/project17sek
Stay up to date with Project 17’s various accomplishments and involvements in Southeast Kansas.
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Ray Products Adds to Machinery
Emmeci employee Carlos Nasimeto of Rhode Island continued his work Wednesday, installing a new Emmeci MC2012 MEB box manufacturing line at Ray Products in Parsons.
Technology Center offers welding, HVAC training in Anderson County
Editor’s note: This is the fourth in a six-part series on Neosho County Community College’s out-of-county operations.
Project 17 was recently the focus of two 30-min Kansas Public Radio programs showcasing its progress.
Can rural Kansas survive? Can rural Kansas compete? Can rural Kansas grow? In order to do so, rural Kansas will need entrepreneurs and community leaders…
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